Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 17, 1974 · Page 15
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 15

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Plans October Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Billy Maxwell of Fayetteville announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Carol Ann, to Charles Guist, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Guist of Fayetteville. T h e bride-elect is a 1974 graduate of Fayetteville High School and is employed at Mcllroy Bank. The prospective bridegroom is a graduate of Fayetteville High School and is attending the University of Arkansas. ·The wedding will he an event of 7:30 p.m. Oct. 4, at Providence Baptist Church, Highway 16 west. Alt friends and relatives are invited to attend. I Society Hears '· \- McGimsey - The Northwest Arkansas Archaeological Society held its V, monthly meeting on Sunday in - the Hospitality Room'of the First National Bank in Springdale. President H a l e greeted - members and guests, after ' which Robert Hild, program chairman, introduced t h e speaker. Dr. Charles McGimsey of the University of Arkansas ',... archaeological conservationist. t Dr. McGimsey said, "we are living in an exciting period in · archaeology and that new legis- "" lation in connection with this field will give us addiliona' - 'funding to make possible in ·-' creased work and actvity." His subject was "New Directions ir Archaeology" and he explainec how work in this field could be expanded now. procedures for working with, different go vernment agencies, a series o guidelines and definitions , for certification of individuals anc institutions, report writing, the - establishment.of a National Re gistry for professional archaeo '" legists, access to field work, anc J ' repositories for artifacts, all o . which were formulated at se """ veral seminars held recently '·;: Dr. McGimsey also explained '.': that to carry through the pro ,' gram on intensified work in thi ; - field and to make proper usi : of anticipated funding will re quire the -labors of many more v workers, both professional and amateur. The need for such ' workers at this time greatly ex " ceeds the number available. The next meeting of the So ^ ciety will be on Sept. 8 in th · ·' .school building in Deer, Ark ".-- and visitors are welcome. Personals Conrad J. Harp of Joshu Miss Ryan, Fiance Honored A dinner honoring Miss Kandy Ryan and Barrel Edmonson was held Friday even- ng, Aug. 16, after a church vedding rehearsal. Given by Mr. and Mrs. James ^dmonson, parents of the fu- ,ure bridegroom, it was held in the Terrace Room of the Holiday Inn. The head table was centered with an arrangement of white daisies, yellow pom-pom chrysanthemums and white and yel- ow sweetheart roses with cand- .es placed on either side. The other tables were decorated with greenery and cand- ' !S. Participants in the wedding and the parents of the bride- elect, Dr. and Mrs. Rodney Ryan,- attended. The wedding wil be an evenl of 6:30 o'clock tonight at the First Baptist : Church in Fayetteville. Tontitown Scene Of Reunion TONTITOWN-The families of the late Adriano Monsani and Emidio Monsani gathered at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Tontitown Sunday for the second family reunion. Klvidio Monsani, 85, was the oldest member present among the 60 family members, which included four generations of his family. The coordinating committee for the annual event was composed of Mrs. Felix Pozza, Mrs. Pete Zulpo, and Mrs. Leland White. The Rev. Amos E n 5 e r 1 i n gave the invocation for the cooperative luncheon. He encouraged the preservation of the- tradition which began.- in 1973 when the daughters of Mrs. Earl Smith, Mrs. Earline Lewis of Tulsa and Mrs. Ondella Baker of Waynesboro; Miss, returned to Springdale to attend their t e n t h and 20th high school class reunion. At that time Mrs. Smith was assisted by Mrs. Amerigo Monsani,--Mrs. Claude Monsani and Mrs. Pete Reeves in assembling the families together at the Silent Grove Club House. The date of the third Sunday in June is planned for. 1975 and the site will be'the Knights of Columbus Hall. · Mrs. Earline Lewis was appointed chairman of a scrapbook committee to prepare and maintain family records. The two Monsani brothers came from Italy with the Rev. Peter Bandini and settled on adjacent farms in Tontitown in 189G., Fashion Mode! Kufy Allen, who has b e e n baring her abundant hulk for artists, sculptors and photographers for nine years, poses with a stuffed elk in the dining room of her San Francisco home. That's her pet parrot, Earthquake, perched atop the antlers. K a t y measures 48-35-49 and tips the scales at 235 pounds on a iive-foot-iive' frame. When a friend told her the Models Guild of San Francisco "needed a fat one," Katy auditioned, was accepted "and I've been busy every since." (AP Wirephoto) Hints From Heloise-What To Do When You Run Out Of-Gas Nurses Guests Ai Auxiliary Meeting Several Philippine nurses from Springdale Memorial Hospital were special guests at the Senior Welcome Wagon Potluck luncheon held at the Ozark Cooperative Hospitality Room in Tayetteville Tuesday and at- ended by more than 80 members and guests. Harry Clohecy, president, introduced Miss' Nancy Rebuy- aco, Miss Aurea Tesoro, Miss Tessie Po and Miss Evelyn Umilda, who are working in the United States due to a shortage of nurses. throughout the country. ' A program on ecology w a s presented by Mrs. Willian Orton who cited the success of the three-year-old Recycling. Center, the first in Arkansas, currently recycling 80 tons of solid waste daily, over half of which is waste paper. Mrs. Orton said "recycling is the eventual solu- tin to do with what we throw away." Announcements Washington County Legal Secretaries will meet-at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in ' the offices of Ni block, Hipp and Odom. Bob Odom will speak on "workman's compensation." Dear Heloise: May I suggest the following precautions for those unlucky motorists who wind up out of gas or with mechanical difficulties: Either raise the hood of the car or attach a white handkerchief to the left door handle, both universal distress signals. Or, you can tie a white handkerchief to the antennae or an outside rear : view mirror. The key to it all is that a white hankerchief or cloth designates distress. Get the car all the way -off the; road onto the shoulder. Turn on parking lights or emergency flashers. Do not leave the motor running while you wait in the car for help to arrive. Rather than going with strangers who might stop to assist, ask them to relay your need for help to a relative or garage. Keep dimes for telephone iise somewhere inside the automobile. If you walk to a phone make a mental note of the location of your car. Lt. Charles Gunn Dept. of Public Safety Washington Regional Medical C e n t e r Auxiliary will meet for l u n c h e o n at 12:30 p.m. T h u r s d a y at the Holiday Inn. This will replace the regular monthly meeting and all - members are invited to attend. The new director of volunteer services will be introduced. Reservations must be made Iby noon on Tuesday with Mrs. C.K. Jones, 442-2218, or Mrs. Charles Atkinson, 443-3276. Play-Learn Nursery School tree, Calif, arrived inursaay o visit his mother, Mrs. Lucy top, 204 S. College. He is also expected to visit other relatives jnd friends in the area during lis week long visit, Douglas Scott of Dallas, Tex.. a senior at the University of Arkansas and president of the Phi Alpha Chapter of Phi Gamma Delta, will attend the 126th biennial convention at the Stouffers Inn in Atlanta, Ga., next week. Ronnie Harris, Route 7, Fayetteville, attended the 15th World's Poultry Congress in New Orleans where he visited with Col. Harland Sanders, the world-famed Kentucky F r i e d thicken man. He is the son of Mr. 'and Mrs. Vernon L. Harris Sr. Fruit Salad Dressing For a delicious and tasty dressing for fruit salad, blem ihree tablespoons frozen concentrated orange juice and one- eigth teaspoon salt into VA cups creamstyle cottage cheese. Spoon over your favorite molded or plain fruit salad. REPAIR WORN SWEATER REGISTRATION Play, Learn, Nursery School FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH · Educational Building Aug. 19-21 -- 9:30-11:00 a.m. Three year clas -- Tuesday- Thursday SI2 a month, Four year class -- Monday-Wtdnei- day-Friday SIS a month. Registration Fee! IS vill open Sept. 3 at the First baptist Church. Hours will be 8:30 a.m. till 11:30 a.m. Four- fear-old children will attend "Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and three-year-old children ;ration will be Aug. 19,20, and 21 from 9:30 a.m. till 11 a.m. in the Educational Building. Repair Worn Sweater If a sleeve is worn out in a sweater, remove both of them and 'have a sleeveless sweater. ing and then crochet around it with yarn of matching or contrasting color. Easy Appetizers Easy appetizers are made by combining equal parts of blue cheese and cream cheese. Form into small balls and roll in finely shredded chiped beef, crumbled bacon and finely chopped nuts Spear with fancy picks. COMPLETE LINE of BUILDING MATERIALS QUALITY MATERIALS DISCOUNT PRICES BANKAMERICARD -MASTER CHARGE WELCOME DELIVERY SERVICE ALSO NEW HOMES AVAILABLE IN ' SEVERAL LOCATIONS |V?71/-- 7KELLEY t^T /BROTHERS NIK. \L UMBEB 2401 NORTH GREGG OM Wail Townihlp North Srejj Phone 442-2351 'Chicken Lickin" Social Concludes Summer Activities A "chicken liekin" summer social was held at the home of Joan and Jack Ray for members of Xi Alpha Epsilon Chapter of .Beta Sigma Phi this week. Attending were Mary and Bob Patrick, Ellen and Ed Smith, Janet and Doy Zachry, Jean Dye, Marsha Kaylor, Jeannine McMurtrey, Nadine Miller and Lee Boss. Special guests from Preceptor Zeta Chapter were Florence Stewart, Fay and Ab Bidwell, Virginia and Jim Stowe, Fay and Tex Saunders, Betty and Bernie Contrella, Norma and Farrell Conner, Frank and Doris Wages Mary Ellen Carruth and Gene Gibson. Xi Alpha Epsilon will observe "Beginning Day," on Sunday Aug. 24, at 2 p.m., and the home of Mrs. Patrick. Yearbooks and programs mil be distributed and committee reports given. I guess a · white cloth caugh in the window so it would flap in the breeze would bring helj too? Heloise Dear Heloise: When you are canning peaches or pears and need canning cup (the type with the bottom out), you can use paper cup insert -- the kin that comes with a plastic hoi der, and is mostly used for coffee. Just cut the bottom out the paper cup and use it Births fectly. a canning cup. Works per Mrs. Mary Sundvich Hi Heloise: I have area carpets on hard wood floors. The floors ar often covered with fine whit dust. My suggestion is to wear woo socks and move along the floor wiping the dust onto the sock: When an accumulation of dus has gathered on them, take ol the socks, shake them out i a waste can, put them bac on again and finish the floors. It is great for getting int corners and along baseboards and you can manipulate you toes for easier cleaning. It's an easy way to d r e a d e d housework especially for me, since I a bachelor. Sam LeDorin REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Ellis L. Goodwin of Springdale, a daughter, Aug. 13. Mr. and Mrs. Sammy R. Wei- horn of Rogers, a daughter Aug. 13. Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Coones of Gentry, a son, Aug. 13. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard W. Caswell of Lincoln, a son, Aug. 14. Mr. and Mrs. Randol C. Carmack of Springdale, a daughter, Aug. 14. You sound like you have fu doing dreaded housework. Fu is what we're all looking fo plus an easier way. Love you. Helois LETTER OF LAUGHTER Dear Heloise: ...maybe I'll write again whe EXPERT WATCH REPAIR SWIFTS *7 North WorV Oi. Fayetteville Business College Proudly Announces the Affiliation of Ora Lee Boss Broker, Gallery of Homes Proven, Successful, Sales Method REAL ESTATE CLASSES Begin Tuesday, August 20th Fayetteville Business College 221 South Locust, Fayetteville - Phone 442-2241 Licensed by Arkansas Department of Education work out a method for my vorite labor-saving device -- nding someone else to do the Food In The News Selecting melons challenges the skill of even the most experienced shopper. Short of cutting the melon, there is no sure-fire formula for checking cantaloupe, casaba, crenshaw, Persian, and honey dew melons for quality. But there are a few clues and the U.S. Department of Agriculture offers these lips on what to look for. First of all, it's important to understand the differences between ripeness'and maturity. Fruit should be mature before it is picked, but it may not be fully ripe. Ripe means that the fruit is ready to be eaten. Both mature and immature melons will be h a r d when picked. Mature fruit is capable of ripening properly, but immature fruit is not. When picking out cantaloupe look for signs of full maturity. The stem should be gone leaving a smooth symmetrical, shallow basin, called a "full slip". If all or part of the stem base remains, or if the. stem scar is jagged or t o r n , the melon is probably not fully mature. The netting, or veining should be thick, coarse, and corky and should stand out in bold relief over some parts of the surface. Persian melons have finer netting and are harvested with the stems attached. Both cantaloupes and Persians melons should have yellowish buff or pale yellow "ground" color. Ripeness these melons is indicated by yellowish cast to the rind, and a pleasant odor. If the blossom end yields to .light, thumb pressure, the fruit should be ripe. Often fruit in the stores is mature but must be held a few days at room temperature luniniiinnitiiintiaumiiniiH t Arfumnas Simfa /or WOMEN Saturday, August 17, 1974 0 3 lusework! E.S. ear Heloise: Would you please tell people put their names and tele- lone number in their coat poc- (especially raincoats), or it into the coat? own a couple of beauty alons and there is a constant nixup on coats. Since many aincoats look alike, it is easy y pick up another by mistake. Ann Gamble ear Heloise: How can you make an ng for a punch bowl without 's becoming cloudy? I have tried icthods such as: 1. Boiling water, letting it 'get ool before freezing. 2. Adding only a very, very, mall amount of water at dif- numerous erent times. 3. Letting the water stand vernight before putting it in he mold. No matter what I try, some part of it freezes cloudy. What's the secret? Ice rings re beautiful in punch bowls vhen they are clear. I have :een them a few times so it an be done somehow! · Do you know the answer.? B.J.M. Come on, folks, pick up that iencil, spit on it and write to ne in care of this paper. Letters do not have to be igned. God bless anyone who takes he time to help someone else. Vho knows, you may be leading help yourself someday. before it is ripe -- ready to eat. Other members of the melon family such as casaba, honey dew, and honey ball are harvested by cutting from the .vine -- so the condition of the stem end is not an indication of maturity. When buying casaba melons look for gold yellow rind color and a slight softening at the blossom end. Casaba have no odor or aroma. Honey dew and honey ball melons will have a faint, pleasant fruit aroma and should have a soft, velvety feel. They should have a yellowish white to creamy rind color and a slight softening at the blossom end. Crenshaw melons should have deep golden yellow rind. Sometimes small areas of the rind are a light shade of yellow. The surface and particularly the blossom end should yield slightly to moderate pressure of the thumb. Crenshaws should have a pleasant aroma. Avoid melons that are Altrusa Club Elects Officers Altrusa Club met at noon Thursday in the- Razorback [loom at the Downtown Motor Lodge. Miss Joan Ballenger of Almagorda, N.M., was a guest, Marilyn Bell presented the jrogram on vocational- services. New officers elected are Virginia Cammack, president; Marilyn Bell, v i c e president; nez Ballenger treasurer; Mildred Graue, recording secretary; and Mary, Conrad, corresponding secretary. It was decided that the group will meet every Thursday at noon for luncheon at the Down:own Motor Lodge. The yearly Christmas fruit cake and greenery sale w a s discussed and plans were made for this event. Household H i n t Thumbtacks are often used to keep outdoor tablecloths from blowing away. - If you have planned a picnic and the .day turns out to be especially windy, take along thumbtacks to tack down the edges of paper plates. Some authorities say the lumber runs as high as 43, al :he way from tongue to tail (oxtail, that is). That's more than enough to serve a different cu every day for six weeks. 0 course, most large m a r k e t s carry only about 25 fresh cut regularly -- excluding frozen processed or variety meats. But what more can you ask If you think you have to serv a beef sirloin or a P o r t e r house steak to really pleas .'our family, it's .time yoi iccome acquainted with all o the other cuts in a beef carcass They're delicious and nutritiou ,00. EXTENSION HOMEMAKER5 CLUB COMB'S CHAPEL Mrs. Cecil Karrar and Mrs, rvin Hulchins were hostesses the Comb's Chapel Extension omemakers club when it met the club house on Wednesday th 12 members in attendance. rs. Dotson Lewis. Jr. of El aso, Tex. was a guest The main feature of .the orning. session was a discus- on of the "How's and Whv's f Wills" by Mrs. Mary Gil- erl, County Extension Agent- ome Economics leader. She vas accompanied by M i s s Irenda Stallings, Junior Field ssistant of Home Economics xlension Service. During the business session !ans for developing a theme or a County Fair Educational ooth were discussed and formulated. After a noon cooperative lun- neon there was a brief recrea- onal period before adjournment. The next meeting of the group s scheduled for Sept. 4 at the club house with Mrs. Hobert Barker as hostess.. Quick Pasta Dish Stir butter and 'crumbled pimento-cheese spread into hot cooked macaroni for a good and )uick pasta dish. EVEREST i. J E N N I N G S WHEELCHAIRS ·eu FOLDS TO 10" jCEl RENTALS It SALE* 'SflSP 1 FaycltevUle Draf E. Side Square 442-7311 Daily Calendar of Events Love kisses. and .a big bunch of Heloise overripe, are soft over the rind, or have large bruised areas. Large bruises usually cause watersoaked areas underneath the rind. Watersoaked and sunken areas are usually signs of decay which spreads rapidly throughout the fruit. SMITH'S Communication 2- Way Radio Tour S-wy ; radio Dear Heloise: Here's a hint I think will help us save a little on our fuel bills. When .you're cooking a vege- able for dinner in a pot on op of the stove, and plan to lave hot rolls, don't heat up the oven. Instead, place the rolls in the pot lid or use a pie tin. Sprinkle a very small amount of water over them, cover with another )ie tin and set them back over :he pot. They will steam nicely while you are cooking your vegetable. Lorraine Green The turkey supply looks unusually good for this time of year, at least until the end of August. The U.S. Department of Agriculture says that about 5 per cent more new turkeys are coming to the market place now than at this time last year. Meanwhile, processed turkeys and turkey products in cold storage are at record levels for this time of year, too. As of Aug. 1. about 300 million pounds of turkey were in cold storage. This is about 50 per cent more than the Aug. 1 average over the past three years. How many cuts of beef would you guess there are? b ·uetrwln Una 199 53) N. College 443-22B For Your Prescription N««di SMUs QUAKER DRUG K E. Center -- MZ-ttU City Parking Lot IB Rear Sunday Annual Meeting, Kings Cemetery, 1 p.m. Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 1:30 p.m. Ozark Dairy Goat Association, Ozarks Electric Hospitality Room, 1:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. Al-Anoh, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. Another FAMRY WEEKLY Exclusive - August 18 TERMITES ? CALL ADMIRAL PEST CONTROL Roaches, Ants, Spiders, etc. COMMERCIAL g, RESIDENTIAL. 442-7298 PARAGON SALON OF FAYETTEVILLE WELCOMES SHERRI BONHAM To The Staff and Returning BRENDA JOHNSON 708 N. COLLEGE 442-7701 442-7612 Call For Appointments: Susie Gwen Mary Sue Lynn Carol Jean Becky Chuck Nell Jackie Liz f(v Tfc* Qokty WorU HowfoTeff: Is You Child a "Secret Genius"? "Don't uneres timate your youngster just becaase fo gets poor marks, hales school, or because you, lutoe teat no sign of special abilities, Maybe you didn't inuxc what to hoi for." Upset over the low grades and bad conduct of your children? Maybe you shouldn't be. This week, FAMILY WEEKLY offers some insight into what grades and conduct may indicate about kids. You may have less to worry about than you thought. Especially when you learn how Winston Churchill and Thomas Edison applied themselves to the three R's. In your copy of the

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